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Definition of Indraft
1. an inward flow or current [n -S]
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Literary usage of Indraft
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Domestic Water Supplies for the Farm by Myron Leslie Fuller (1912)
"Even if no indraft is observed, it is noted that the blowing is weak or ceases at times, so that there is a rhythm in the movement of the air. ..."
2. Catalogue of Japanese Printed Books and Manuscripts in the British Museum by Robert Kennaway Douglas (1904)
"In reality the wind shows on an average indraft, (a) amounting lo 2 points or ... which bears aboul SSW from the ship-, here we notice an indraft of 2 ..."
3. A Directory for the North Atlantic Ocean, Comprising Instructions, General by Alexander George Findlay (1895)
"When in latitudes higher than 30°, however, the Hurricane may cover so great an area as to render the indraft imperceptible. ..."